Panel PC for automation and HMI applications

The UPC-V315-QM77 rugged panel PC from Logic Supply is designed for industrial automation, kiosk, access control, inventory management and other human-machine interface (HMI) applications.


The UPC-V315-QM77 rugged panel PC from Logic Supply is designed for industrial automation, kiosk, access control, inventory management and other human-machine interface (HMI) applications. Courtesy: Logic SupplyThe UPC-V315-QM77 rugged panel PC from Logic Supply features an all-metal chassis, front facing camera and programmable physical function buttons and is IP65-rated. It is designed for industrial automation, kiosk, access control, inventory management and other human-machine interface (HMI) applications. The UPC-V315 is available with an Intel Celeron, Core i3 or i7 processor, as well as a range of storage drives up to 2TB. The rugged, metal chassis is designed to resist shock and vibration from industrial machinery, equipment or vehicles, and the system features an operating temperature range of -20 to 60 C. The 5-wire resistive touchscreen interface is ultra-responsive even when used with gloved hands, and the 10 programmable front-mounted function keys offer quick access to frequently used actions.

The UPC-V315 can utilize standard cables to connect to its wide array of industrial-focused input/output (I/O). Connectivity includes four RJ-45 COM ports for interfacing with legacy equipment, CAN bus, four USB (including two USB 3.0 ports), dual GbE LAN, VGA and HDMI to enable peripheral and even additional independent display support. The UPC-V315 has a display brightness of 400 cd/m2 with a contrast ratio of 700:1. 

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